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One of the most polarizing figures in America today is General Charles Q. Brown. His leadership has been questionable at best, thanks to the plummeting Air Force recruitment numbers. It’s hardly a shock, given that General Brown has gained a reputation for being anti-white. According to Vivek Ramaswamy, General Brown is trying to reduce white male pilots from 86% of flyers down to 43%, despite a major recruiting crisis.

Just what we need: more women and unqualified minorities zipping around our nation’s skies — or even worse, zipping over the skies of hostile adversaries on important missions.

One has to ask the question: since no one is stopping women and minorities from becoming pilots, and since the Air Force is practically rolling out the red carpet for “diversity,” then don’t the abysmal recruitment numbers just show these people don’t even want to be pilots in the first place?

In any case, Charles Q. Brown’s obvious animosity towards white people should set off alarm bells, but instead, Biden rewards his blatant racism by nominating him for one of the highest military honors in the United States.


Joe Biden announced his nomination of Air Force chief of staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Thursday, saying he could “think of no one better suited or more qualified to lead our forces.”

“Gen. Brown is a warrior, descended from a proud line of warriors. His father, a US Army colonel, CQ Brown, served in Vietnam. His grandfather, US Army Master Sgt. Robert E. Brown Jr. led a segregated unit in WWII,” Biden said, adding later that Brown is a “fearless leader and unyielding patriot.”

The unveiling followed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s recommendation to pick Brown as the military’s next top officer, a defense official said. If confirmed, it would be the first time in US history that both of the Defense Department’s top leaders – the secretary of defense and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs – are African American.

The Joint Chiefs chairman is the country’s most senior ranking military officer, who serves as the principal military adviser to the president of the United States, secretary of defense and National Security Council.

But that coveted promotion is facing a roadblock in the Senate, all thanks to one man — Republican Senator Tommy Tuberville. He’s taking the military to task over their abortion policies and, in doing so, is holding up their promotions. Gotta love it.


Alabama Sen. Tommy Tuberville is waging an unprecedented campaign to try to change Pentagon abortion policy by holding up hundreds of military nominations and promotions, forcing less experienced leaders into top jobs and raising concerns at the Pentagon about military readiness.

Senators in both parties — including Republican Leader Mitch McConnell — have pushed back on Tuberville’s blockade, but Tuberville is dug in. He says he won’t drop the holds unless majority Democrats allow a vote on the policy.

For now, the fight is at a stalemate. Democrats say a vote on every nominee could tie up the Senate floor for months. And they don’t want to give in to Tuberville’s demands and encourage similar blockades of nominees in the future.

Vivek recently criticized General Brown’s ineffective leadership and accused him of racism, even suggesting that he should be fired rather than promoted. Vivek also praised and thanked Senator Tommy Tuberville. Here’s what Vivek said in his powerful X post:

Under General CQ Brown’s leadership, the Air Force is trying to reduce white male pilots from 86% of flyers down to 43% amidst a major recruiting crisis. Increasing racial discord will not help and will further degrade the mission, success, and safety of the brave men and women who serve this nation. As Commander-in-Chief, a president’s job is to keep our homeland safe and keep the men and women who defend it safe, too. We need a chairman who will make national defense about *defending* Americans again. I urge the U.S. Senate to reject General Brown’s nomination. Not only should he not be promoted – his record shows he should be fired. I called Senator @TTuberville earlier to thank him for his courageous stance on this issue.

Oh, and lest we forget: General Brown loved the George Floyd riots.

General Brown’s looming promotion is just another instance of affirmative action nominations where Democrats congratulate themselves for appointing people to positions they’re not qualified for, solely based on their skin color — an act they laughably claim to abhor. A similar case that comes to mind is Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who has already made several embarrassing blunders as a Supreme Court Justice.

As it stands now, Senator Tuberville is doing the rest of the country a favor by blocking his so-called promotion. This ongoing practice of putting unqualified individuals in positions of extreme power is a hallmark of the Democratic Party and another reason our country is deteriorating right before our eyes.